Dan Imhoff shares how the national Farm Bill has sculpted agriculture in America; Amy Bouchard makes Wicked Whoopie Pies; Sandy Oliver visits the dinner tables of Colonial America; Jim Adelman offers more information about wine additives; food stylist Bonnie Belknap gives food the Hollywood treatment; Rachael Sheridan finds the best gourmet and fine foods in Los Angeles; Keith Thomsen breaks down the mysteries of composting; and Laura Avery gives the Market Report.
The Farm Bill; Whoopie Pies; Food Styling
From this Episode:
Sandy Oliver captures our country’s Federalist and Colonial food traditions in her book, Food in Colonial and Federal America . She documents how American cooking...
Keith Thomsen is the director of the Smart Gardening program – a gardening education program sponsored by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works . He organizes...
The Market Report
Laura Avery spoke with Maryann Carpenter of Coastal Farms. Maryann is known for her wide variety of heirloom field tomatoes which arrive in mid-summer. This week, she has...
More About Wine Additives
Last week, Good Food featured a segment about the additives that are commonly used in wine to enhance their flavor – most commonly coloring agents and chemicals.
Food stylist Bonnie Belknap has one of the most interesting jobs in Hollywood. Her company, Gourmet Proppers , has created astonishing food effects from exploding buffets...
Whoopie pies are one of Maine’s best-loved and most traditional comfort foods – a soft-cookie sandwich with a fluffy sweet cream filling. Amy Bouchard is the proprietor of...